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Immigrant entrepreneurs and companies with intellectual property are more likely to hire
Admission Rate: N/A
Class size: 937
Term: One year
Annual tuition: $67,000
Average staring salary for graduates: $104,000
INSEAD is not just the most international MBA program in Asia, it's among the most international in the world, with students from 76 different nationalities in the current class. More than two-thirds of its students in the one-year MBA program divide their studies between INSEAD's two campuses in Singapore and Fontainebleau, France. Applicants must speak at least two languages and have mastered a third by the time they graduate. INSEAD is particularly well known for its entrepreneurship program.